As the Nets are set to unveil their high-profile acquisitions at a noon press conference today at Barclays Center, one of the players they traded away this summer wonders how they’ll all fit together.

“It’s a great group,” Keith Bogans said of the Nets’ new roster after the press conference introducing him and the other new Celtics. “It’s a great group on paper. But they put a great group together in L.A. last year. ... It’s going to be fun to watch.”

The Nets have been compared in some quarters to how the Lakers looked going into last season, when they were expected by many to be a contender after acquiring Steve Nash and Dwight Howard to play alongside Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol. The Nets will have a similarly star-studded roster in Brooklyn. They will introduce Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry and Andrei Kirilenko today, to go along with current All-Stars Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez.

But the major difference between that Lakers team and the one Nets general manager Billy King and assistants Bobby Marks and Frank Zanin have constructed over the past few weeks is the Nets should have plenty of depth going into next season.